The amigurumi animals were getting out of hand, slowly claiming all my useful shelf space. So I made some little cardboard cubes, and stuck them on the wall with sellotape. Now all the animals can live in front of my desk, in between art prints from Koyamori, Gameboy cartridges, and other cute things that I find.
We’re going to San Francisco for the Game Developer’s Conference next week!
So, if you’ve had your eye on something in the shop, now is a good time to get it!
Also, use the coupon code GDC2014 to get 20% off in either shop (until 12 March).
I finished writing the pattern for these amigurumi red pandas just last night. You can get it over here: red panda amigurumi pattern.
I was very lazy today, and didn’t feel like making amigurumi after I sewed a red panda’s eyebrows on upside down. So I baked some chocolate brownies instead! They’re very rich, but also tasty. The recipe is over here: Fudgy brownies recipe.
Amigurumi fortune cookies are super easy to crochet and you can use them for lots of different things, like bowl fillers or party favours. Here’s the free pattern:
This dress was a little bit plain, so I added a cute crocheted lace collar. It’s based on a free pattern from Lulu Loves, although I changed the pattern slightly to get the collar to fit nicely. I used lace weight merino wool and a 1.75 mm crochet hook.
All of these pandas are in the shop now! One is already reserved, but the rest are still available.